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We expect our ketchup or our frozen lasagna or our oreo cookie to taste the same every time, no exceptions. Producers and restaurant owners must also constantly keep up with changing trends as they adapt their menu and decide which food to pair with what. Needless to say, keeping quality consistent in a competitive market is a monumental task.
Thus, the impact of Big Data on the food industry is growing. This data will also be communicated in realtime, so that only food that is actually impacted will be recalled, instead of taking back everything to be tested.
This type of data analysis would be incredibly beneficial for producers, grocers and other restaurant chains as well. A bad batch of food can quickly turn into a public relations nightmare that costs the company in customer loyalty as well as lost profits and the expense of recalling and examining the tainted food.
Keeping Up with Trends Food Genius offers a data platform that gives insights into what dishes are trending as well as how to price and market them.
The site tracks more thanrestaurant locations withmenus and The platform uses this data to provide specific recommendations, such as which vegetable is popular with a certain type of pasta or how chicken is typically prepared when served on a particular dish.
Marketing Finally, the food industry can take advantage of Starbucksfor example, keeps track of what customers order and when, in order to entice them back with a personalized offer for a favorite item. The food industry is just one more example of how Big Data is affecting every area of our lives, and with its promise of better product control and higher profits, we can expect to see more in the food industry adopting Big Data analysis soon.The Sustainability Hub will focus on the agriculture industry and food systems.
As our population continues to grow, we face increased environmental pressures and demand on our food supply chain. The Report acknowledges that the food and drink sector is a rapidly evolving growth industry that has benefitted from 93% export growth in the ten-year period from to with annual growth.
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Food hubs are demonstrating remarkable sales performance, thereby improving local economies and creating new jobs in the food and agricultural sectors. In addition to the jobs food hubs indirectly create in the rest of the industry, the average food hub directly creates twelve new jobs.